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New Product Named ComponentOne OLAP for WinForms

This new product  allows users to discover new trends and drive efficiency with essential data analysis, reporting and charting. This suite of .NET controls provide analytical processing features similar to those found in Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts. With drag-and-drop views, it’s now possible to get real-time information, insights, and results in seconds. 

Leo at Code Camp Buenos Aires 2009

Come join Leo Vernazza at Code Camp Buenos Aires 2009 September 26, as he presents: Hora de hacer deploy en Silverlight! - Sugerencias y trucos para un deplyment óptimo de tu aplicación Silverlight 3. (Time to deploy in Silverlight - Learn tips and tricks for optimal deployment of Silverlight 3 applications.)

ComponentOne finalist in 2009 Community Choice Awards- Voting Open

ComponentOne is a finalist in the following categories for the 2009 Community Choice Awards: Best Business Intelligence & Reporting Product, Best Database Monitoring & Performance Product, Best Development Tool, Best Mobile & Wireless Software, Best SharePoint Product, and Best Vendor Tech Support. You may vote at http://windowsitpro.com/article/articleid/102552/introducing-the-2009-community-choice-awards.html

Create a Master-Detail view in Silverlight using ComponentOne DataGrid for Silverlight

One of the most important aspects to consider when displaying data is a way to show how all the data interrelates. While a massive grid layout showing one record after another might help visualize all the data......read more at http://helpcentral.componentone.com/Article.aspx?ID=2029

Feature Article: Technical Communication Departments = Higher Profits!

Read the article written by Nicky Bleiel as featured in TechCom Manager.

Nominate Your Favorite ComponentOne Products

On July 30, 2009 Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Magazine announced they are accepting nominations for the 2009 Community Choice Awards (CCA). They want YOU to decide on the products and this is your chance to share with them why the ComponentOne product(s) you use deserve recognition. So to get started, visit http://windowsitpro.com/awards/CommunityChoice.html before August 10, 2009 and write in your favorite ComponentOne product(s) in the applicable category.   What to see what is new at ComponentOne? Visit our completed re-designed Website at www.componentone.com and be sure to join us on Facebook and Twitter.  

Guess My Superpower

Check out these pictures from an Inland Empire .NET User’s Group event where many were found sporting the ComponentOne “Guess My Superpower” shirt. What is your superpower? http://tinyurl.com/njsqw5 http://tinyurl.com/njnqfr http://tinyurl.com/kq8dao

Mobile BI One-on-One Interview with Chris Meredith

Dashboard Insight recently spoke with ComponentOne's Chris Meredith about his various mobile BI solutions, security options - and where he expects the mobile platform to be in the next few years.

Build Web, Mobile, and Desktop Applications with Speed and Style

Today we revealed the most styled, supercharged, and easiest-to-use controls on the market. The release of Studio Enterprise 2009 v2 brings new controls, features, and benefits to the developer community.  

A product review for the oldest commercial Help authoring tool - Doc-To-Help 2009 v2

Read this product review written by Robert Meijer featured in the Summer 2009 issue of the Communicator.

Add spell-checking functionality inside Microsoft Visual Studio

Learn how to eliminate embarrassing spelling errors from your applications with ComponentOne IntelliSpell. The spell-checking add-in enables you to spell-check code, comments, strings, HTML, XML, resources, and general text in your Visual Studio .NET applications.  Join Chris Meredith on Tuesday, July 28 or Wednesday, July 29 at 2:30 pm EDT for a 30 minute Webcast. Seats fill up quickly, so reserve your spot today!

What you can do with the Doc-To-Help Ribbon in Word

 This is the final of a three part series called "How do you like to write?" This post focuses on the Doc-To-Help ribbon in Microsoft® Word.